Throne Beam Stool, 2015, painted steel, H 280 x w 134 x d 85 cm Beam Arbre Racine, 2014, painted steel, 240 x 145 x 122 cm	Beam Bench Balade, 2014, painted steel, H 62 x L 330 x w 105 cm, credit photo: Rodrigo Reinoso Beam Bud, 2014, painted steel, L339 x w69,5 x H90 Beam Bud, 2014, painted steel, L339 x w69,5 x H90 Beam Bud, 2014, painted steel, L339 x w69,5 x H90 Personal Stool - Self Portrait (PSSP), 2012, Painted steel, L 124 x l 130 x H 186 cm, Edition 1/8 Personal Stool - Self Portrait (PSSP), 2012, Painted steel, L 124 x l 130 x H 186 cm, Edition 1/8 Firulete Beam Bench, 2012, Steel, L 280 x l 26 x H 26 cm Firulete Beam Bench, 2012, Steel, L 280 x l 26 x H 26 cm Bendel Beam Bench, 2012, Steel, L 198 (side) x L 163 (side) x H 65 cm Bendel Beam Bench, 2012, Steel, L 198 (side) x L 163 (side) x H 65 cm Bendel Beam Bench, 2012, Steel, L 198 (side) x L 163 (side) x H 65 cm

Beam Bench

The “Beam Bench” series, begun in 2011, has allowed Pablo Reinoso to continue to reflect on materials, focusing here on the steel beam. What strikes us is the unexpectedness of a heavy material, devoted to structuring architecture, that suddenly twists like a thread to create a bench, a seat, a pedestal. Steel sketches light, transparent, contemplative spaces.